University of Pretoria Logo
English |  Afrikaans |    
  

(Archive)

TuksCricket Win Sports Team of the Year Award at the Gauteng Sports Awards
Blanche Conradie
Posted on 14 Jul 2014

On Friday evening Assupol TuksCricket won the Sports Team of the Year Award for 2013 at the Gauteng Sports Awards that was hosted at The Teatro at Monte Casino.

[Read More]

Work's all fun(gi) for UP researcher
DUR
Posted on 27 Jun 2014

Mention fungi and most people will think of mushrooms or mouldy cheese. For Prof Brenda Wingfield fungi are the stuff that genomics researchers' dreams are made of, and her life's work.

[Read More]

Photographs speak louder than words
Renee Conradie
Posted on 22 Jul 2014

Rory du Plessis, Visual Cultural Studies lecturer in the University of Pretoria (UP)'s Department of Visual Arts, has just returned from a fellowship at the Max Planck Institute for History of Science (MPIWG) in Berlin. The awarded fellowship forms part of his interdisciplinary doctoral studies and was in the research cluster 'Encounters between Medicine, Literature, Philosophy and their Circulation in Public Debates'.

[Read More]

UP-Yale team receives international excellence award for child-related research
Faculty/Fakulteit
Posted on 22 Jul 2014

The Dean of the Faculty of Education, Prof Irma Eloff, received an international excellence in research award on 22 July 2014 in Melbourne, Australia, on behalf of the team of UP-Yale researchers which were led by herself and Dr Brian Forsyth from Yale University.

[Read More]

Nobel Prize Laureate celebrated science on Mandela Day
Martie Meyer
Posted on 22 Jul 2014

‘Scientists love what they do and every day there is the possibility that they might discover something new and exciting,’ said Prof Martin C Michel, welcoming everybody to the Mandela Day Public Lecture on 18 July 2014.

[Read More]

University of Pretoria celebrated Mandela Day in Hammanskraal
DUR
Posted on 22 Jul 2014

On Friday 18 July, staff from the University of Pretoria (UP) and members of the Morokolong community, Hammanskraal, converged at the Tshedimosetso Community Development Centre to celebrate Mandela Day. At the beginning of June, the Department of Facilities Management, in collaboration with the Department of University Relations, embarked on various projects to renovate the Centre.

[Read More]

UP Choirs excel at World Choir Games
Ansa Heyl
Posted on 21 Jul 2014

The UP Youth Choir and the UP Camerata Choir participated in the World Choir Games, also known as the ‘Olympics for Choirs’, that was held in Riga, Latvia, from 9 to 14 July. Both choirs performed exceptionally well, bringing back a total of five gold medals between them.

[Read More]

Damage will rest where it falls if fracking goes ahead, UP professor of law warns
Louise de Bruin
Posted on 21 Jul 2014

Prof Birgit Kuschke is talking about an issue few lawyers in South Africa focus on. Kuschke is one of a handful of legal academics who are working on issues regarding insurance against environmental damage. Having already worked on issues around genetically modified organisms, electromagnetic fields and toxic mould, her attention has now shifted to the legal effects of fracking. While many have voiced concern about the grievous effects fracking has on the environment, such as water damage and the migration of pollution, few have discussed the massive legal and financial ramifications, especially for the insurance industry.

[Read More]

UP supports Mandela Day with more than 20 projects
DUR
Posted on 18 Jul 2014

During the month of July the University of Pretoria staff and students are involved in projects to uplift communities and organisations in honour of Nelson Mandela’s legacy. More than 20 projects have been identified across all faculties and support services departments.

[Read More]

'UP is a good example in the progress for positive change in South Africa'
Myan Subrayan
Posted on 18 Jul 2014

This is according to Emeritus Justice Albie Sachs, who on 14 July launched his latest book, Albie Sachs and the Transformation in South Africa. UP’s Department of Jurisprudence in the Faculty of Law, in collaboration with the uBuntu Project, were hosts to this book launch in the Musaion on the Hatfield Campus. The book has close ties with UP as it was co-written by two of our very own professors, Drucilla Cornell and Karin van Marle.

[Read More]

 
 
« Back... 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 ...Next »
 
«Back to the current news